- Amrullah Saleh was seen playing volleyball in the tense area Panjshir
- Taliban fighters moving towards Panjshir, Masood’s army ready for war
- Taliban spokesman claimed to have surrounded Panjshir from three sides
President of Afghanistan After Ashraf Ghani fled the country, Vice President Amrullah Saleh declared himself the acting President of the country. A video of Saleh is going viral on social media. In the video, Saleh is seen playing volleyball. The video is being told of Panjshir, which currently remains the most tense area of Afghanistan. The province is not occupied by the Taliban but terrorists are moving towards it.
aware of danger but fearless
A Taliban spokesman claims that the terrorists have surrounded Panjshir from three sides. At the same time, Ahmed Masood’s large army has prepared for war with the terrorist organization within the province. Ahmed has already declared that the word surrender is not in his dictionary.
Amrullah Saleh is fully aware of the threat of the Taliban. Despite this, he is playing volleyball with ease in Panjshir, as is being claimed. People are very fond of this style of him and are calling him ‘Hero of Afghanistan’. Users are saluting his courage and bravery.
Captured three districts
Even after capturing the power of Afghanistan, the plans of the Taliban have not been fulfilled. He is constantly moving forward to capture the whole country. On Monday it was reported that the Taliban had captured three districts of Baghlan province. Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid has claimed that the Pul-e-Hisal, Bannu, Deh Saleh districts of Baglan province have been liberated from “enemy” occupation.
Territories evacuated from Northern Alliance
These districts were evacuated by Northern Alliance fighters. Now the Taliban is claiming to have retaken the districts from the possession of Northern Alliance fighters. The spokesman claimed that the Taliban surrounded Panjshir from Takhar, Badakhshan and Andrab directions and was trying to resolve the problem through dialogue. After the capture of Kabul, Taliban fighters are now moving towards the Panjshir Valley, the stronghold of the rebels.